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All India Muslim Youth Majlis  Seasonal Programs  give Muslims the opportunity to give to those in need during the most blessed times of the year as according to the Sunnah (Traditions) of the Prophet, peace be upon him.

“The likeness of those who spend their wealth in the path of God is as the likeness of a grain that sprouts seven spikes. In every spike, there are a hundred grains. Thus does God multiply reward for whomever he so wills.”
[Surah al-Baqarah: 261]

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Aqeeqah   Programs
Children are a blessing and they bring joy and happiness when they enter our lives. The birth of a child is a time to rejoice and give thanks to the Creator by sharing with the hungry and the destitute. Aqeeqah is a gracious program by which new parents and family members can celebrate the miracle of birth while making charitable work one of the first actions done on the child’s behalf.    More...
TQurbani or sacrifice is also known as Udhiyyah. It is Wajib upon all mature Muslims who, on the day of `Eid al-Adha, possess Nisab. Whoever qualifies for this is required to purchase a sheep or goat of more than one year in age, and slaughter that in the name of Allah after the `Eid prayer preferably on the same day.    More...
Among the five pillars of Islam, the fourth pillar is dedicated to preach fasting during the holy month of Ramadan. Also, known as Ramazan, the word finds it's origin in Arabic language, which denotes the ninth month in the Islamic Calendar called Hijri.    More...
This is identical to the Qurbani, the only difference is that this is not a necessary act. The rules of the slaughter are the same as Qurbani. The rewards are the same and the benefits include feeding the poor. This service is available for Aqiqah (sacrifice in gratitude at the birth of a child), Walimah (sacrifice in gratitude at the time of marriage), and all other supererogatory sacrifices.    More...
Eid Gift Project

Zakaat is one of the Five Pillars of Islam, is the giving of 2.5% of one's possessions (surplus wealth) to charity, generally to the poor and needy. The Shia double this to 5% of one's possessions. It is often compared to the system of tithing and alms, but it serves principally as the welfare contribution to poor and deprived Muslims, although others may have a rightful share. It is the duty of an Islamic community to distribute it fairly as well.    More...

Eid gifts are usually a package of food, some clothes and a toy for the family/children. The aim is to help provide a moment of normality and happiness to those whose lives have been torn apart.    More...
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